Downtown Construction Update - March 2012 News4Jax

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A brief look at the status of various projects under construction in and around Downtown Jacksonville during the month of March 2012.



DOWNTOWN

Duval County Courthouse


Streetscape improvements surrounding the county courthouse are now underway.  The courthouse is expected to be completed in two to three months.




7-Eleven

The buildout of 7-Eleven at Forsyth & Julia Streets is now underway.




JEA Garage Restoration

Facade renovations of the JEA garage on Church & Laura Streets continues.




38 West Monroe Street

Renovations are being made to 38 West Monroe Street and new street level businesses are opening.




Laura Trio

The Bisbee Building's windows have been removed.




BodyJax Fitness

BodyJax Fitness and Midtown Deli are now operating at the Jacksonville Bank Building on Forsyth Street.  Midtown Deli's awnings are an affordable addition to the building's facade that have enhanced the structure at the pedestrian scale level.




Everbank Center Food Court

While no work has taken place in this space, once Everbank's operations shift to downtown, it is expected that several new businesses will open up in this space.




Geer Services

Geer Services is in the process of opening in Everbank Center's mall at the Forsyth Street entrance.  For more information on Geer Services visit:

http://www.geerservices.com/index.php

http://www.jaxdailyrecord.com/downtowntoday.php?dt_date=2011-12-14




Sweet Lady Blue

Interior construction continues on Sweet Lady Blue.  For more information on Sweet Lady Blue: http://www.sweetladyblue.com/




Baptist/Wolfson's Tower



Check out the March 2012 Construction Updates for all of Jacksonville's Urban Districts!

Downtown

Springfield

St. Nick and Murray Hill

Riverside/Avondale

San Marco



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